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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1919.
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1 THIS IS Af DNE Ti
To select your material for your next summer dresses. The materials are nice
new clean stock, and you have better chance to get a wide range of designs,
etc. We have a fine new stock of all the popular materials and colors in the
late effects that will give all an opportunity to select something they like.
Lawns, plain and fancy - 21c, 25c. 29c, 35c
Voiles, plain and fancy 29c, 39c, 45c, ffid 79c
Batistes, plain and fancy 25c, 35c and 45c
Organdies . 79c
Marquesettes, plain and fancy - 69c and 79c
Tussa Silks 49c, 69c and 89c
Silk Poplins 93c, $1.49 and $2.15
Taffetas '. $1.49. $1.79 and $1.98
Pongees, plain and fancy 89c, $1.49 and $1.89
Wool Plaids .. i ,. $1.49 and $1.69
serges $1.49, $1.69. $225. $2.98
BUYING FOR 197 BUSY STORES ENABLES US TO UNDERSELL
A ill A
a l own
Tonight Program and dance at
auto Bhow in srmory.
Feb. 14 Elks' Valentine
Feb. 1215 Automobile show
Feb. 18 Address of Edgar B.
Piper before Six O'clock Club
of M. E. Church.
Feb. 20. Minstrel show at
Feb. 21-tiCgisIature adjourns
Feb. 24. Annual Cherrian
ibanquet at Hotel Marion.
March 30. Turn clock for
ward one hour, 2 o'clock a- ni.
Artificial teeth, have expert plate
man, with over 35 years experience,
at my office. Dr. 1). 2L. Beechler, den
tist. 3i2 IT. 8. Nat. Bank bid?. tf
A lecture which la free to all will
Jie given this evening at the Contcr
street Mothodist church by the Kov.
C. J, Mocllor of Chicago. His address
will bo on missions in all parts of the
world and will Vo ilutttrated.fc J .200'
stereopticim views. An, invitation is
given to nil,
Dance and auto show at armory to
night. Bryant's orchestra.
A larga number of prominent Cath
olio clergymen from all parts of tho
valley arrived In tie city this morning
to attend tho memorial mass in honor
of the late Father Nnughton, who pass
ed away some weeks ago. The services,
DO YOU LIKE TO SA VE YOUR
If you do, buy your groceries, dry goods, clothing,
shoes and rubbers at the Big Removal Sale Held
daily. Extra Specials for Friday and Saturday at
The Farmers Cash Store
We will begin to move the 15th of this month to the
J. L. Stockton Store at 186 N. Commercial streets,
and will be ready for our big opening March 1st un
der the name of
The Peoples Cash Store
Our prices are as follows: ,
Crown and Olympia flour $2.95
Fisher's Snow Fall hard wheat flour $2.75
Good Valley flour $2.55
10 pound sack pan cake flour 65c
10 pound sack Graham flour .60c
10 pounds rolled oats in bulk 70c
3 pounds head rice 30c
3 pounds head broken rice 23c
11 pounds best beans 25c
Red Mexican beans, per pound 9c
100 pounds sugar $9.75
10 pounds sugar ; $1.00
Royal Baking Powder, 12-ounce can 34c
Canned sweet corn 15c
Best Armour's milk, per can 15c
Solid pack tomatoes, per can 18c
Table pride salmon, per can 17c
Canned apple butter .. 19c
Very best Keliance coffee, pound 37c
40c F. C. S. coffee, now 30c
Dried Italian primes, 2 pounds for 2-c
Peanut butter, per pound ISc
Good Alaska herring, each . 5c
5 pounds net Vegetole $1.39
No. 5 pail of compound $1.15
1 gallon Puritan cooking oil $1.98
1 gallon white table svrup, in bulk 98c
Best Burbank potatoes, per sack $1.60
Best selected onions, per sack $1.50
We have big bargains in Men's Ladies, Misses and
Boys shoes, also clothing and dry goods. We give
free premium coupons with the purchase of each
dollar, good for High class dishes, glassware, silver
ware, and many other valuable items.
Place j our orders early. Free delivery with purchase
of $1.00 and over.
THE FARMERS CASH STORE
151 High St. . Phone 45:?
We move into J. L. Stockton Store March 1st
which were lield in St. Joseph's church,
woro in charge of Archbishop Alexan
der Christie, who delivered the address.
Dance and auto show at armory to
night. Bryant's orchestra.
WE WILL PAY 39c PER DOZ
EN UP TO 3:30 P. M.TRMY
FOR STRICTLY FANCY
CLEAN, FRESH EGGS, CASH.
WE MUST HAVE 30 CASES
ROTH GROCERY CO.
Salem bread is freshest and best, tf
Watkins Eemedics liniment, Men
thol, Camphor, Mustard Ointment, Spic
es, Extracts and Toilet Articles.
Phone 402. For sale by M. W. Kaw-
lcy, 331 N. Liberty St., Salem. . 2-14
"The best" is all you can do when
death comrs. Call .Webb & Clough Co.
I'hono 120, tf
The fame of the Apollo club having
traveled over into Polk county, Di
rector Todd lias received an urgent in
vitation from the iteaeliers and pupils
of the Monnicnith Normal school to
render itheir lato program for them.
Tho troupe of singers will drive over
tomorrow afternoon and sing for them
tomorrow evening, being desired ,both
as an educational and and entertain
We buy liberty bonds. 314 Masonic
Meg and Jo and Beth and Amy and
Laurie too, yes .they'll all be here in
which comes to the
I will ship livestock Thursday Feb.
13., Highest market price. G. W. Eyre,
Phone 2206M evenings. ' 2-12
Manager Frank Chapman has Just re
ceived official notice from Governor
Withycomlbo of his appointment ns an
honorary delegate, to the League of
Nations meeting to bo held in Portland
next week, at which ex-President Wm,
H. Taft will be one of the speakers.
Columbia river smelts in any quan
tity. Fitts Marked?;:. 2-13
Snap Ford roadster, perfect shape,
new tires, one extra, to be sold by 10
o'clock Friday. $350 cash. Bligh hotel.
Edgar B. Piper, managing editor of
the Oregonian will deliver an address
next Tuesday evening before the Six
O'clock club of the First Methodist
church. He has chosen for his subject
"War Ghmpse3." Mr. Piper was cne
of the dozen prominent editors of the
country who were given the privilege
of seeing some of the inside working
or war last summer, tie iso mut tne
opportunity of meeting King George,
Lloyd George, t'lemenceau and sever
al of the great French generals.
For. the purpose of devising ways
and means for the improvement of lat
eral roads in all sections of the coun
ty, a general mass meeting has been
called for 2 o clock Saturday after
noon at the auditorium of the Salem
Commercial club. It i3 felt that some
action should be taken to improve the
smaller Toads of the county to connect
with the highways and an invitation
is given to everyone in the county who
is interested in Ycads to attend the
G. E. Halvorsen, formerly of the auto
mobile firm of Halvorsen & Jiurns, hns
taken the agency for the Oldsmobile
Company of Oregon and will open for
business at his former location at High
and Feiry street. 5fr. Halvorsen made
an enviable record for himself while
in the service in France having charge
of the general service of the automo
bile department of the Y. M. C. A. This
brought him to the front in all Hie
big fighting just previous to the sign
ing of the armistice.
Baby chicks. 544 State St. Phone 400
We luy liberty bonds. 311 Masonic
WOMEN WANTED TO SEW FOE
THE BED CROSS EVERY AFTER
NOON, 1:30 AT THE POSTOFFIDE
Big dance: at Macleay Sat. eve. Good
music, good floor end good lunch. 2-11
Lee L. Gilbert states that all kinds
of commendations have been coming
today as to tho success of the automo
bile show last night. In comparison
to population and number - of1 deal
erg it is said to rank even ihigher than
1 "BOn FORGET THE.Y.W.CJL MEMBERSEIR DRIYT
'Lady Maccabees1 Installation of of
ficers and other important business
Wed. Fob. 12. All merabera urged to , the auto shows of Portland. Jto reports
be present. Visiting Maccabees wel-'the sale of an Elgin Six last night by
como. - 2-12 j Agent Hanson. The chief attraction
-o this evening will he the dancing in tho
open space of the armory, with Bryants
orchesitru furnishing the music.
Spelcial niteeting of Salem
lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M.
this evening. Work in the F.
C. degrco. "Visiting brethren
Mr, Home Buyer, did you read my
ad in yesterday's Journal It you did
and have not asked mo to show ou
"Cleanliness next to Godliness," Is
tho motto at the Miller apartments.
At a recent meeting of the school
board thas. N. Chambers wan elected
to the position of manual training in
structor in tho 'Washington school.
Dance at 'Chomawa Friday night.
Tho best music, good floor and good
i m i
United States Bank Building
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I iti i
1 cs Kr
A new shipment just re
ceived includes Ladies'
Wool Serge Dresses that
were made to sell up to
Silk taffeta dresses and
silk poplin dresses. A big
assortment to choose from
-while they Jast
"Our Prices Always The Lowest"
GALE & COMPANY
Commercial and Court Sts., formerly Chicago Store
this seven room house, you are not
playing square with yourself. I'm go
ing to sell it and this ds your oppor
tunity to save several hundred dollars
and buy on easy terms if desired. Bet
ter see me at Hotel Bligh today or
early tomorrow morning. J. Frank.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Hop wire and all kinds
of hides. Before you
sell See Us. Phone 398.
i if" Pf
in our shoe
George Vick, of tho Vick Bros com
pany, is spending tno day in rortland
A. C. Bokrnjitcdt is in Corvallis today
on business connected with Federal
Loans. ... ,
W. H. Polhomus, of Puyallup, Wash,
who is prominent in the fruit industry
in that section, has been a visitor in
the city this week. ,
U. 8 Attorney John McCourt, of Port
bjnd, was ono ol1 the recent visitors in
W. K. Newell, of tho Food Adminis-'i
tration office, came in from Portland
yesterday to attend tno legislative ses
Samuel Garland was a Lebanon citi
zen stopping in town recently and vis
ited the state houso.
The following prominent Portland cit
ens have been noted on our streets
and at the state house: Dr. Floyd Day
ton; Lieutenant Col. Geo H. Kelley, ro
cently returned from France; City Com
missioner Bigelow; Chairman C. B.
Moores, of the dock commission; John
F. Logan, of the civil service commis
sion; M. H. Nichols, of tho Moslem
The following Portland citizens are
among the guests at the Marion Hotel
today: B. J. McBell, J H. Wetmore
D. B. Hill, J. C. Potter, B. N. Stnndish
C W Houseman, Thos iJrcdshaw, E. H
Max- Crowder came ,in from Silvertun
today on a business errand.
Mrs. M. A. Newman, of Gervais, wm
among tho arrivals in town today, reg
istering at the Bligh Hotel
Mrs, Ed. Pelzel, formerly ,a rcsiuent
of Eugene, returncu to ner homo in
Salem today after visiting for a few
days in Pleasant Hill."Her husband is
a lineman of the Southern l'ucific com
pany. Eugene Guard.
Mrs. Fannie McGeorge, v.-ho has been
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W T .,
Wright, has returned to Salem, where
her husband is employod and whoru
tiiey intend to make their home ifosu
I IS II "Ki II -1 u
Phone C. O. D. Orders
To 198 or 186
I want your furniture, ranges,
heaters, etc. Phone 510 or 511,
Woodry, the auctioneer, Salem
Men a great opportunity awaits you
section. High grade
Of shoes in dress and business styles. Shoes that
you cannot possibly duplicate at our selling price, yet
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
We offer you any pair of shoes in the house at '
Yick Sa Tgslj
Chinese Medicine &nd Te C,
fin medicine which rill r
bj know sese.
0?a Sundays from 10 4.
an til S p. m.
153 Soutk High H. i
Salem, Orejo. Pjn ; J
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j Willamette Vallsy Tmlisf er
I FAST AUTO TRUCKS
Daily between Portland and Salem, lu
dapeuder.ee, Monmcnta and Dallas
ORDERS TAKEN BOTH WAYS
230 Ash St. Phono Brcadway 45.'
Galea Office .
171 8. High St Phone UOf.
WE BUY PRODUCE
Vra. Bell, Agent.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
100 lbs. Cane sugar....:...$9.65
10 lbs. Cane sugar $1.00
i6 lbs. Crisco $1.90
3 lbs. Crisco 95c
1 lb. G. A. coffee 29c
3 lbs. G. A. Coffee 85c
1 lb. Royal Club coffee....37c
3 lbs. Royal Club coffee $1.05
1 lb. M.J.B. coffee ... 42c
2 1-2 lb. M.J.B. coffee... $1.00
51b. MJ.B. coffee ; $2.00
3 lbs. fancy blend coffee
Jell O' all flavors, pkg....llc
Knox Gelatine, pic? 18c
bulk, pound 27c
1 lb. cans 30c
12-oz. Royal Baking
2 pkgs grape nuts 25c
2 Post Toasties 25c
3 cans Libby's Red
beans .. 25c
Puffed Rice,pkg 13c
Puffed Wheat, pkg ...13c
5 bars White Navy soap 27c
5 bars Swift's white soap 27c
5 lb. net Armcur's
Vegetole , $1.55
Best creamery butter, lb 50c
Diamond C flour, sk $2.50
down flour, sk $2.95
Olympic flour, sk $2.95
Olympic pancake flour
Large pkg. Quaker oats 30c
Large pkg. Mothers
Oats ., ...30c